The once-separate markets of building control and energy management are merging to bring the smart building to life, cut consumption and lower fuel bills.
Humans have always searched for ways to harness energy, whether it be to complete laborious tasks or just improve their livelihood.
As end users look to cut their energy costs and boost their environmental credentials, Marketing Manager Dan Rossek of Omron argues that there are opportunities for machine builders to gain a competitive advantage by incorporating energy monitoring technologies in their machine designs.
When Birmingham Airport looked to reduce its energy costs and cut its carbon footprint, it turned to Carlo Gavazzi to supply 150 EM21 energy meters.
In recent years, arc flashes have become a hot topic for industry because of the increasing awareness of its dangers, both to personnel and equipment.